ASKING PRICE: $175,000 CDN REDUCED PRICE: $125,000.00
Builder: Allied Shipyard, North Vancouver Year Built: 1965
Tonnage: 9.92 GROSS
Located: Sechelt, BC
Fuel: 675 Gallons
Main Engine: GM 12V71 (4200 hours- approx.)
HP: 395 HP (single Screw)
Exhaust: Stainless Steel dry stack
Gear: Caterpillar BL5182 series Serial #312204 gear 3:1 ratio
Shaft & Prop: 4.0″ SS Shaft with full tunnel to prop/ rebuilt 4 Blade Bronze Prop — 41 x 30
Batteries: 4 NEW 8D batteries installed (12V House Bank) / 2 NEW 8D batteries (24V Starter Bank)
Invertor/Charger: NEW 3000W Xantrex invertor/charging system and 120 AMP Alternator (12V & 24V)
Fire: Halon and 15 Lb ABC
Alarm: High temp and water alarms.
Pumps: NEW (3) 3500 RULE 12 VAC pumps in the bilge and 1 in lazerette with auto/manual switches for each
Stove: Dickenson “Bering” oil stove with NEW SS stove pipe.
Head Below: toilet in lower focile (needs minor repair).
Holding Tank: No, direct overboard
Heat: Stainless Steel bus heater located in lower focile and Dickinson oil stove Accommodations: Double V Berth forward with stowage under bunks
Paint: NEW deck, above water line and cabin paint
Steel: New and recent steel replaced on boat
Steering Stations: 3 Steering stations. New jog sticks (cabin and command bridge) with rudder indicators
Deck/Flood Lighting: NEW LED flood light bars all around
Tow Winch: NO (fixed towing ballard)
Rubber: NEW 12” rubber on Bow & Stern / Good condition 8” rubber on sides
Tow Lines: Lots of various Blue Steal 3 strand tow lines from 1 ¼ “ – ¾ “ in length as well as bridals
VHF Radios: Standard Horizon 3000X / Uniden UM125 w/ MMSI
Radar / Plotter: Raymarine C120 color plotter/radar (radar dome not working)
Sounder: Furuno FVC581 color sounder
GPS: Furuno GP32
Spotlight: 24 VAC main and 12V handheld.
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